Grateful Dead Live at Richfield Coliseum on 1992-06-08
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|Feel Like A Stranger|
|Little Red Rooster|
|So Many Roads|
|Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues|
|Black Throated Wind|
|Don't Ease Me In|
|China Cat Sunflower|
|I Know You Rider|
|Dear Prudence Jam|
|The Last Time|
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- 2004-04-28 14:53:59
- DAT > WAV > FLAC: Dan Stephens, Tascam DA-20mkII > M Audio Delta Audiophile 2496 > SoundForge 4.5 (normalize, 48-44.1, highest accuracy with anti-alias filter) > CDWav v1.71 > FLAC Frontend; (no DAE ; 48k, unmodified FLAC archived and available upon reque
- Richfield, OH
- Richfield Coliseum
Subject: the more I listen to '92, the more I like it
Whatever the case, and to make a long strange trip even longer and more tediously strange, get rid of Corrina and this is a very nice show. Wasn't at this one, so no rating [music is a 3 to 4 star, but can't rate the vibe at the venue so I'm leaving my idle thoughts but no stars].
Subject: I was there
Subject: very tight, energetic show for 92
generally speaking, in terms of post-Brent Dead, any 91 show beats 92 -- but this one's an exception. just goes to show what happened when jerry had his chops and sang with real emotion, even in 92. the result was shows like this one. a really happy show -- the jams are really sweet and fun, even dark star has a nice jazzy feel to it. but the second half of set II is where it's at. the dark star -> last time was nice, even though at the time i was pissed that dark star had been cut short. seriously good jamming throughout. Check out the high-energy china-rider -- one of my latter-day favorites for sure. great set list and a great performance from start to finish. measures up next to four-star shows from any other era.
Subject: 2 pretty good shows by 92' standards
I remember pretty well this night. I was on the floor, dead center, about 15 or 20 rows back from the stage. Sound was OK there. not nearly MSG's sound quality. Sounded better for me the next night when I was lower level Phil side towards the back.
As far as summer 92' shows go I'd rate this one as 4.2 stars. The next night I'd give 3.9 stars. I'm not sure if there was a 5 star show from the summer 92' run. If so it was probably one of the Knick shows that I didn't get in for. Wasn't in Vegas, or Charlotte either & I missed a show every now and then, often on purpose. It was hard staying out of the show. Lots of times I'd go in anyways. The scene in Richfield was at the campgrounds. Hardly in the lots at all. Cops were pretty harsh there.
the weather was awesome and everyone just walked around the lake meeting & talking/partying, & dealing. What great times. The shows were not spectacular but well played for the most part.
Subject: Not Dear Prudence[DEADBASE says Mind Left Body]
Subject: Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
loud as needed
tom thumbs as a 90's tune
all of this tape...no matter the set list
gosh golly it's a good one
Subject: Stella blue
Subject: one of the strongest of summer 92
Footnote for the literalists:
Deadbase refers to what is listed here as Jam* as a Mind Left Body Jam (first one since 3/24/90).
This is one of my favorite versions of So Many Roads.
Subject: The "SMR" project
Subject: Lineage Correction
Subject: What a show
Subject: good show.
Subject: Start to Finish
Second set: More of the same. China Cat was fun and picked up where Don't Ease left off. Rider creates such a beautiful energy between the audience and the band. An easy place to recognize each other. Crazy Fingers drifted all of us into what can only be described as quintessential dead. An uptempo Corrina was enjoyable and the Jam after helped keep everyone in the zone. The boys giving just a little bit more before drums. Dark Star made sure this vibe would continue. Last Time provided some more BobStar. Stella Blue was beautiful. Jerry had the coliseum's full attention and reminded us why he gets it. Sugar Mangnolia closed things out with good feeling had by all after a strong two sets. Even Jer didn't want the party to end, as he rocked us out door with those ole U.S. Blues.
Five stars by any account. Maybe not the raw energy of 1971, but a well-polished and bringing the house down performance.
Subject: I Like It
China>Rider is solid but not spectacular and Jerry forgets a verse in Crazy Fingers but the ending jam is good. As far as Corrina's go this is the tempo that I prefer and the jam after it is listed as Mind Left Body Jam in Dead Base, a shorter take of the jam out of Terrapin on Dozin at the Knick disc. Dark Star was starting to shrink in '92 and this is what we get here but still a lot more developed vs. what happens later on in it's final Garcia voyages. Nice segue into a well done Last Time>Stella>Sugar Mag finisher.
I'm not into the sound quality in the 1st set. The good news is Jerry's guitar sounds great. The bad news is at times the percussion is muffled and I have to strain to hear Phil. I also get the vocals way to far out front at times. To my ears the 2nd set is a huge improvement.
Subject: Happening at Richfield
Subject: EASE MY SOUL!!!!!
Subject: mixed feelings
Loser, Tom Thumb's, and BTWind are all pretty good...I love So Many Roads, but I always skip over this version
China Cat>Rider is a little sloppy, but I do like the Crazy Fingers that follows...Corinna is, Corinna....from Dark Star on, I find the show redeems itself...
BUT, there is just a general sloppiness in both solos and song transitions that has never completely sold me on this one...
go for the shows at the end of June instead (Deer Creek), and let this one go by...